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DIA-B: Barking up the Right Vine

The bark of a vine is thought to possess properties very close to insulin, bringing hope to the thousands of diabetics and the obese // . This discovery has been made by DIA-B, a biotech company whose chairman is the former federal health minister Michael Wooldridge. ...

Fungal spores in the pillows can trigger an asthma attack

...fungus in the pillows, which ranged from bread and vine moulds and also fungus which habitats damp walls were also present. Asthma: Asthma occurs due to a hyper responsive reaction to a stimuli or trigger leading to narrowing or blocking of the lung airways. An asthma attack leads to lung infection,...

Herbal extract aids in rheumatoid arthritis

... rheumatoid arthritis. In China, an extract from a vine known as TWHF// (short for Tripterygium wilfordii Hook F) s long been used to treat arthritis and immune system problems. Now a study by researchers for the US National Institutes of Health provides scientific backing for the use of TWHF. A group o...

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